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Thursday, January 28, 2016
Wednesday, May 13, 2015
FINALLY! I assembled the MiniFigs tanks I picked up several months ago and have taken a few pics as comparison shots to comparable Pithead and Panzer Depot offerings. The MiniFigs tanks had big chunks of flash to deal with, and the T-34/85 was a bit fun as the gun is cast separately, but as you can see, they are nicely detailed, perfectly sculpted, and cleanly cast (other than those big chunks).
|Pershings - Panzer Depot on left, MiniFigs on Right|
Monday, May 11, 2015
I did not realize that Dayton was home to the Ohio Korean War Memorial until stumbling upon it on the Historical Markers Database. In looking at the pictures on the listing, I knew that it must be quite the memorial and so I took a quick drive north to go visit the location. The memorial is just north of downtown, right along the Great Miami River, and is quite a beautiful location. If you are ever in the area, particularly to visit the National Museum of the United States Air Force, the memorial is an easy ten minute drive from the museum.